Donald Trump Jr. did not hold back in a Wednesday night interview on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
Don Jr. immediately went into corruption accusations against Joe Biden that are being completely ignored by the mainstream media.
With host Sean Hannity bringing up accusations that Biden has profited from his son’s overseas business dealings in places like Ukraine and China, Don Jr. said if he was accused of a fraction of the same corruption, media heads “would explode.”
“The whole thing is ridiculous, Sean, whether it’s the Biden scandal and that this has gone on — beyond that, look at the stuff going on in their [Democrats’] personal lives. You think they’d let Donald Trump Jr. get away with that? You think that would be off-limits for Donald Trump Jr.? I don’t even need to talk about it it’s so ridiculous,” Don Jr. said.
The president’s eldest son continued by focusing his sights on Adam Schiff, who seems to be leading the impeachment effort against Donald Trump for Democrats. Don Jr. was particularly mad over Schiff presenting false dialogue from the phone call between President Trump and the Ukrainian president during a recent House hearing.
“Then you’ve got Adam Schiff,” Don Jr. said, “who did a great job mentioning many of the lies [about the phone call]. If I lied even a little bit in front of those guys just like Adam Schiff has lied to the American people and in front of Congress the other day, they’d throw me in jail for perjury.”
“He’s done it over and over,” he added about Schiff. Don Jr. then accused Schiff of possibly directly leaking information to CNN when the president’s son was going through his own House hearing during the nothing-burger investigation into Russian collusion.
Source: Fox News
“Adam Schiff has never been afraid of a microphone,” Don Jr. continued. “He’s never met a camera he didn’t love and, frankly, he’s never met a camera he didn’t lie to. Adam Schiff is basically the Jussie Smollett of Congress on steroids. I’ve never seen anything so ridiculous.”
The Jussie Smollett comparison is quite a shot to Schiff’s character since Smollett has basically become a laughing stock on both sides of the political aisle. The former “Empire” star claimed he had been attacked by two Make America Great hat-wearing men in Chicago. He said the men tied a noose around his neck and tried to pour bleach down his throat. A police investigation found no evidence to support these claims, and two men came forward to say they were hired by Smollett to help carry out the fake attack.
Continuing on Schiff, Don Jr. claims that if a “Republican member of Congress tried to get away with this, the media would be all over them.”
Don Jr. then called out Democrats as a whole for not doing their jobs and instead hyper-focusing on a ridiculous effort to remove the president from office.
“They haven’t done anything in three years, Sean. They haven’t tried to do one piece of single legislation. The reality is this: they hate Trump more than they love America,” he said. “And more importantly: they want to resist Trump more than they have ever wanted to work for their constituency.”
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